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  • Lawn Power

    12:45 pm | September 25, 2020

    For Professional Results! Ask for it at your local garden centre. Find here. Perfect for Buffalo Lawns Non-burning Formula Lawns green up FAST! Feeds for up to 3 months Contains water saving granules Promotes Healthy Even Growth Read more here.

  • Plant Power

    12:43 pm | September 25, 2020

    Suitable for most plant types including Azaleas, Camellias, Seedlings, Potted Colour, Citrus, Hanging Baskets, Bloomers, Fruit Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Orchids, Vegetables, Buxus, Roses and Indoor Plants. Feeds up to three months Promotes new growth evenly Increases Flowering and Fruiting Effective in all soils / potting mixes Contains Trace elements Sticks to the potting mix – if the pot blows over it saves fertiliser and […]

  • Dear All, The NGINA (the NSW State Industry Association) has been liaising with the NSW Minister for Agriculture and Western New South Wales on behalf of Members surrounding COVID-19 and what sectors fall into the “essential services” category. The Minister’s Policy Director has confirmed with the NGINA that all nurseries – retail, wholesale and production are considered “essential services” and should conduct “business as […]

  • Compost Worms

    3:13 pm | February 22, 2019

    What’s worse than finding a worm in your apple? Finding half a worm. Jokes aside, here’s how to care for your compost worms. The worms you may have purchased in the plastic container at your local Independent Garden Centre are not likely to be ordinary “earthworms” but a very close relative, especially bred for composting. They are a mixture of tiger worms (Eisenia Fetida), […]

  • Gardenia

    10:05 am | February 12, 2019

      Gardenia are very popular and a much-loved shrub, which originated from China. They thrive in the warm temperate climates.   The most popular varieties include:  G. Augusta ‘Florida’, a glossy leaved evergreen shrub which grows to 1.2 -1.5 metres tall, it blooms pure white, heavily perfumed flowers. The blooms mainly occur in the warmer months.  G. Augusta ‘Magnifica’ Resembles the G. Augusta ‘Florida’ […]

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